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The Bradford Hill seminar series is the principal joint seminar series of The Cambridge Population Health Sciences Partnership. This comprises the Departments of Public Health & Primary Care, MRC Biostatistics Unit and MRC Epidemiology Unit at the University of Cambridge, bringing together a multi-disciplinary partnership of academics and public health professionals.

The Bradford Hill seminar programme of internationally recognised speakers covers topics of broad interest to our public health research community. It aims to transcend as well as connect the activities of our individual partners. Up to three seminars per term are planned by a Working Group representing the partnership.

All are welcome at our Bradford Hill seminars.

Find out more about our research, our teaching and training and our people at https://www.phs.group.cam.ac.uk/

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